This Are The 3 Main Leading Causes of Poverty in Developing Countries

The “three I’s” — ideology, ignorance, and inertia

Diana G.Pinto,

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Photo: save the children.in

When we think about the millions of people living under 0,99 cents a day, it often results in inertia built from the perception of hopeless inability to manage it. This leads to insensitivity and disregard for the extremely poor. In summary, it overwhelms us.

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Diana G.Pinto,

Writer and Consultant. Passionate about human and social development. MA in Holocaust & Genocide Studies. Nature Lover. diana-gpinto-consultant.com